Tom Brady says he's 'not going anywhere' in Super Bowl commercial

Tom Brady says he's 'not going anywhere' in Super Bowl commercial

Tom Brady says he's 'not going anywhere' in Super Bowl commercial

Brady ran a Super Bowl trick play of sorts on Sunday without putting on a uniform. "So awesome Hulu. Crash when the Super Bowl is about to start... this is why you suck", wrote one Live TV subscriber.

"When the greatest all-time players assemble, the wardrobe inspiration was obvious:#MoreForYourDollar Patriots better watch your back, we're nabbing Tom Brady to manage our store!"

"But me? I'm not going anywhere".

Tom Brady's tweet on Thursday night that set social media on fire and sparked questions about his football future turned out to be a preview for a Super Bowl commercial. He spoke to ESPN reporters on Friday about Oakland's quarterback situation. The legendary quarterback recently said that he has spoken with Robert Kraft and the Patriots.

With the Super Bowl being completed, everyone can turn their attention to what Tom Brady is going to do this offseason. "Equally important is the assumption that other free agents will ask for the chance to get where they end up". "They haven't sat down to have the conversation they need to have, 'Hey, what do you want to do?' I am sure they are talking generally".

The Patriots are willing to pay Brady $30million to return as their signal-caller.

For now, there's a lot of rumor and speculation. Last year, Brady only made $15 million and the Patriots were unable to surround him with high-caliber talent following Antonio Brown's departure.

"So to my team-mates, my family, and most of all my fans, you deserve to hear this from me", the 42-year-old said before discussing Hulu's service. "And, ultimately, when the time comes to decide what's next, that's what I'll do".

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